Wednesday, August 27, 2014 Elul 1, 5774
Since fall is a busy time for many of us between back-to-school and back-to-back Jewish holidays, we've put together a selection of novels and even a children's book that won't require too much time to read.
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By:
Talia Lavin, JTA
In a forthcoming memoir, a Judaic studies teacher based in Pittsburgh shares his psychological journey following the 2002 Jerusalem terrorist attack that severely injured his wife.
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By:
Rabbi Jack Riemer, JNS.org
A new book by James Goodman offers a fresh and exciting take on the different ways in which the Binding of Isaac has been understood through the centuries, and how we should understand it today.
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The Wanting , a new novel by Michael Lavigne, will be featured in this year's One Book, One Jewish Community program.
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We've assembled a team of voracious readers in our community to offer their thoughts on the latest and greatest Jewish books. Take a look at their first set of recommendations.
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